Sherri F. Myers
Sherri Myers was elected to represent District 2 in November 2010. District 2 is the uptown of Pensacola and the city’s central business core with the largest workforce in the city, including popular Cordova Mall, many businesses, restaurants, commercial rental property, Sacred Heart Hospital, and many lovely communities that are in close proximity to the core business area. Sherri represents the City Council on the Bay Area Resource Council and the Community Action Program Committee.
Sherri received a Bachelor of Arts from Vanderbilt Peabody College of Education and Human Development, Nashville Tennessee, and a Juris Doctor from the University of District of Columbia David Clark School of Law, Washington, D.C. She holds licenses with the Florida Bar, the Kentucky Bar, and Tennessee Bar (inactive), and has been admitted to practice in three federal district courts.
Sherri served three years on the Escambia-Pensacola Human Relations Commission, serves on the Bicycle Pedestrian Committee of the Transportation Planning Organization, and has organized and served on the Escambia County Mass Transit Citizens Advisory Committee. She is passionate about working throughout the Pensacola community to improve compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act.
As a member of Waterkeepers Alliance, we strive to maintain drinkable, fishable, swimmable waters for our community.
You can start tuning in to “PURE H2O” every Wednesday at 9AM CST on Pensacola Business RadioX. Every Wednesday there will be a local discussion on important environmental points of interest. From clean energy to healthy water to environmental justice, education and much more.
For our first podcast, Laurie Murphy, Executive Director of Emerald Coastkeeper will be interviewing local educators and a non-profit organization “Harnessing Opportunity and Power of Education (HOPE) about the importance of supplemental STEM education and art/cultural education in underserved communities.
For more information on how you can be a guest, contact Laurie Murphy at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Founded in 1999, Emerald Coastkeeper is one of 240 (and counting) member organizations of the Waterkeeper Alliance. We are a grassroots organization that monitors four main watersheds in the Florida Panhandle. Our mission is to investigate, educate and protect our right to swimmable. fishable and drinkable water. We believe that healthy waterways are directly connected to healthy communities and healthy people.
In our four watersheds, you will find many springs, creeks, rivers, bayou’s, bays and of course, the Gulf of Mexico.
Pollution can happen anywhere, not just from large industries. Some of the greatest concerns in our region stem from residential pollution.
Some of the more common culprits are septic system failure, erosion and sedimentation, nutrient loading from fertilizers, red tide, heavy metals, polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons, polychlorinated biphenyls, (PCBs) lead, mercury, animal wastes, industrial paint source discharge, oil spills, commercial vessel pollution, residential development, and household garbage.
Protecting our waterways and drinking water from contaminants is everyone’s responsibility. We can’t do it alone…we need your help!
Feel free to contact us if you want to volunteer or to report a problem. We look forward to creating a healthy community with you!